LSC continued to grow and in 1988, the Trustees of LSC constructed the Curtis Pavilion and then gave it to the Town of Hingham in 1995 so that it could be enjoyed by the entire community. In the year 2000, the LSC eyed further expansion and plans to build the Curtis Family Boathouse were put in place. This started off an intense period of fundraising and work by the LSC board and supporters, including our key supporters, the Curtis, Gray and English families. In March 2003 our beautiful boathouse, designed by Neil Martin, was officially opened and has become a focal point of the Hingham harbor front.
Under the guidance of our then president, Mike Cataldo, our rowing program was added in 2002 and has enjoyed great popularity since then. In 2005, in recognition of our broadened scope, we changed our name to Lincoln Maritime Center. In 2015, we changed our name to Hingham Maritime Center in honor of the town and community that we have called our home since our first season in 1970.
In all programs, Hingham Maritime Center is committed to its Core Values:
- Respect for the environment
- Respect for the community